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In spirit of business and entrepreneurship, Market Day must offer more than one flavor

The Southerner

May 9, 2013

By Ben Simonds-Malamud Business was booming this Monday for students in the Business and Entrepreneurship academy. Customers teemed out of the cramped theater lobby, thrilled to be able to spend a few dollars on some treats. To an outsider it may have looked like a successful endeavor for the young businesspeople running the show, a foray into what the real world may someday...

Local advertising guru works hard, plays hard

Local advertising guru works hard, plays hard

May 8, 2013

BY EMMA KOHANOWICH As we walked through the doors of Moxie, I could tell it was a place where artistic people congregate. The cubicles were filled ...

Eagle Scout soars to Merchant Marine Academy

Eagle Scout soars to Merchant Marine Academy

Rebecca Martin

May 2, 2013

Grady senior Patrick Scollard’s dream is to become captain of a ship. At the age of 9, he began sailing in Long Island, NY, with his grandparents. Now, ten years, later, the Coast Guard...

STUDY BREAK ANSWERS- Issue 6

STUDY BREAK ANSWERS- Issue 6

April 3, 2013

Here are the answers to the study break for issue 6. ...

Poultry in the Perimeter: ATL locals raise chickens for eggs, entertainment

Poultry in the Perimeter: ATL locals raise chickens for eggs, entertainment

March 12, 2013

A large group of people gather in a Piccadilly meeting room. Dawn Wadsworth, Grady art teacher, is among them. Most all of them are familiar with ea...

Grady alumnus finds dream overseas in West Africa

The Southerner

March 12, 2013

BY DIANA POWERS One day. The day he left New York and stepped foot in West Africa. That’s all the time that was needed for Drew Hinshaw to decide the life he wanted to live. “I finally knew exactly where I wanted to be and what I wanted to do,” Hinshaw said. “It wasn’t what I expected, but I just decided to make this dream my reality.” Following graduation...

Senior Jenny Moody and her ‘mega’ not bummer semester

The Southerner

March 12, 2013

BY CARSON SHADWELL Ranked eighth in her class, senior Jenny Moody appears similar to many other motivated students. Outside of school, however, she has a life of which few are aware and even fewer understand. Moody’s average weekday starts at 8 a.m. “Actually, I think my alarm is set to 7:57 a.m.,” Moody recalled with a laugh. She begins her morning with a...

Across the pond: Brit comes here, Knight goes there

Across the pond: Brit comes here, Knight goes there

Hunter Rust

March 12, 2013

It was the morning of August 6th, and at seven o’clock in the morning, James Meier was not in his brightest mood. In his tired state he took a sh...

Trip to Paideia sheds new light on progressive ways

Trip to Paideia sheds new light on progressive ways

February 11, 2013

Paideia is a school for hippies. All the students and teachers are extremely laid back, and recline on couches during classes. They walk around bare...

Ross brings armaggedon to stage in new production

Ross brings armaggedon to stage in new production

January 28, 2013

As the lights rise on the stage, thunder boomed through the speakers signifying the beginning of the last week on Earth. That is how the play, written by Grady...

Midtown artist fashions world through electric-lemon glasses

Midtown artist fashions world through electric-lemon glasses

The Southerner

December 16, 2012

BY AVANTI LEMONS The morning light shines through a small hidden studio apartment in Midtown. The sounds of trains grinding into railroads and the quiet rustling...

Isabel Olson: five star athlete

Isabel Olson: five star athlete

December 11, 2012

BY ANSLEY MARKS Like numerous other students, freshman Isabel Olson attends an after-school activity. Unlike the others though, she then attends another...

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